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Chelan city officials says they'd like to have a code enforcement officer on board around the first of the year. Chelan County Sheriff's Sergeant Rob Huddleston says coming to an agreement on what a Chelan code enforcement officer's duties will be are still a work in progress:

Chelan City Administrator Wade Farris says the city wants to get the process started:

The city may envision the officer to work on parked cars so that streets will be clear for plowing once the snow starts to fall. But whether they'll find someone willing to take on the job is another question. At the August meeting of the Manson Community Council, Sheriff Mike Morrison said the city wanted a code enforcement officer to work Wednesday through Saturday, and said filling that will be a challenge:

But the first step is to agree on a job description.

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